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Friday, October 7, 2011

Apple that altered humanity

In the history of the world 3 apples have changed the entire destiny of the human race; first apple has religious significance, second apple has got scientific importance and the third apple has got technological magnitude.

First apple takes us back to the garden of Eden, where Eve was tempted by Satan with an apple and Eve was succumbed to the temptation, eating the apple Eve sinned against God and was thrown out of the garden of Eden. So the first apple brought a tragic end to human beings and it has a great relevance as far as Christianity is concerned. 

Second apple fell on the head of Isaac Newton and it paved way for a great scientific invention that is the gravitational force. If the apple would not have fallen on the head of Newton while he was sitting in the garden perhaps he would not have come up with the theory of gravitational force.

Third apple has nothing to do with the real but it is a gadget company that is named after apple. Apple was established on April 1, 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The company's best-known hardware products include the Macintosh line of computers, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad.

All these three apples are having their enduring effects on humanity. The first apple had a tragic story to narrate and its aftermath still continues and the apple stands for the greed of human race. Second apple led to a great scientific invention and it stands for excellence and pursuit of human beings for knowledge and the last apple stands for technological marvel and it stands for human excellence.


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